“Mensch und Computer” conference, Lübeck, September 7-10, 2008

"Mensch & Computer" is the biggest usability-focused conference in the German-speaking sphere. Over the last couple of years, it used to feature a "UPA Track" to take into account not only academics' needs, but also practioners' specific questions and wishes. This year, the overarching motto is "Viel Mehr" ("much more"), and it encompasses the Mensch & Computer, DelFi, Cognitive Design, and Usability Professionals conferences! It will take place in Lübeck, Germany, from September 7-10, 08.

My esteemed colleague, Iris Niedermann from soultank AG, and I will be giving one tutorial on form usability (UP T6) and one paper on roles in the usability job universe (UP V6), as you can see in the conference program. Come look our shop!

2 thoughts on ““Mensch und Computer” conference, Lübeck, September 7-10, 2008

  1. Stu Collett

    Hey Mitch,

    Is this event worthwhile for an English speaking person. Seems like a silly question I know, but thought I would check nevertheless.

    Many thanks,

    Stu.

  2. Mitch

    Hi Stu,

    I’m afraid not. This conference is very focused on Germany, Switzerland, and Austria, and the conference language — including all the material — is German. Sorry. 🙁

    Cheers,
    Mitch

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